Op 3-5-2021 om 17:10 schreef Mr:
> Thomas de Groot <tho### [at] degrootorg> wrote:
>> Finally, using a blending technique developed by Tekno Frannansa, The
>> attached granite, based on the latest preceding one, looks also the most
> Hi! I could imagine it for an outdoor landscape. But for other closer framed
> use, I presently can't say that I prefer it over the other results so far:
> Something still feels "blurry" about it. Sorry to be that vague. I still believe
> it could be due to something default in the specular component / or maybe the
> camera has aperture? / or there is just no normal bump distortion at all which
> could suffice to lead to this perceived lack of contrast?
I am afraid you need to be more explicit because I do not really
understand. What is blurry here? I see rather /crisp/ minerals in a
random pattern. Maybe I should post the code? you could test it better I
> At this stage, to properly evaluate the patterns, a close up 1000+ px side
> render from less than 1 meter distance and more than 10 cm area visible carrying
> your graduated floor now really seems absolutely necessary to see anything.
I truly cannot imagine what you can gain by such a render. What are you
looking for exactly? If I do what you say, you will see a bunch of
coloured pixels, or am I thinking in the wrong direction?
> I feel like I'm spoiling myself a movie by looking at it from a phone streamed
> screener file :-D
That would be a sorry business indeed. However, I still wonder /what/
you see exactly (or do not see)...
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